Posts Tagged With: genealogy

Military Monday – Exploring Offline and Online World War II Resources

There is a myth many family historians believe and that is, all the records I need are online. This is not true. Only a small percentage of records available throughout time have been digitized and placed online. This is especially true for military records. Family historians exploring their World War II ancestor’s service and lives […]

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Military Monday – Medical Journals from World War II

As I write this, I’m sitting in a hotel in St. Louis at the 90th Division Association reunion. I’m looking through binder after binder of information. Morning Reports. Medical Journals kept by unit surgeons. Personnel records. A Chaplain’s diary (unpublished.) Photographs. Maps. And I’m not finished. The researcher I use at the National Personnel Records […]

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Military Monday – Joining a Military Association

I attended the 90th Division Association Reunion in St. Louis this past weekend. The reunion was my first experience with a military association and I was not sure what to expect. Norm Richards, the researcher at the NPRC who helps with my research and my client work, suggested I attend. He said it would give […]

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